Hey GoTo Meeting developemnt team..
Why can't we rename a recorded meeting so it's easier to find once the meeting is over??
How many "Meet Now's" can one remember?
currently U gotta name the meeting initially what it will be saved as moving forward, which stinks.
Maybe I prefer to keep my meeting title generic for my customer to see. What it's saved as is different story.
Thanks @howardweinberg ! Appreciate the functionality feedback !
Agreed, this really needs to be done. If I have to go back and reference saved recordings, am I expected to listen to each one until I find the one I'm looking for? Join.Me allows for this.
THANKS FOR YOUR REPLY ALBEIT IT'S 5 MONTHS LATER
NEED THIS FOR GTM, NOT JOIN.ME
I am not with GTM. I am a user like you... I was agreeing with you. Re-read my post.
My bad; I just glanced at it..
I can't believe this is not an option yet. Or that more people aren't asking for this. How do people keep their recordings organized? How do they find what they need?
If you are using the Online Recording feature, your recorded meetings are listed in chronological order in your Meeting History. If you happen to use the Meet Now feature a lot, at any time before you end the meeting you can Edit the Meeting Subject through the control panel. This will be reflected in the name of the saved recording.
Thank you for the reply. While that may work for some, it's unlikely I'll rename the subject every time, and then reset it back to something more generic for my next meeting.
Are there any plans to be able edit the name of the meeting after it's been recorded?
If you are using the Meet Now function to start each meeting, there is no need to reset anything after you edit then meeting subject in session as it doesn't carry over. I am not aware of any plans currently to allow the renaming of recordings made with the online recording feature.
This request will be shared with the team, they will have to prioritize it against other development work.
Thanks, Glenn, that is helpful!
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